Great Oak Manor Inn
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... slice of kilwin mud fudge and some peanut brittle for Andy. We then went back to the car park & headed back home about 3pm. We chilled back at the house, I had a lovely chocolate vodka & sprite, which tasted like a choc cream soda. We changed and went out for dinner about 7pm. Ashlynn didn't want to go, but Alex came to keep Andy entertained. We stopped by at Forts Smallwood park which is by Cresapeake Bay. The park was about to close, the gate keeper allowed us ...
... back to Manhattan and headed towards the subway. We got the tube to Greenwich village to see the friends apartment which was one of the only things I was desperate to do whilst in New York. We used google maps thanks to Starbucks and headed off in the right direction. We walked past what I thought was just a dirty version of the house only to realise that it was in fact that house. As soon as we spotted people taking pictures ...
... the energy to go into Baltimore. So we are staying about 1 hour from Hershey, PA which is our stop tomorrow. Bring on the CHOCOLATE!!! We are winding down our trip. Our last stop is with our friends in Pittsburgh. Can't wait. We visited them last year and had a GREAT time though we had some recovery to do after our visit. Well worth 2 AMs by the bonfire. Ghilani's, we're almost there!!!!
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... love the simplicity and the unexpected challenges that go along with living unconventionally. In a strange way, I need the floods and the questionable characters and the absence of regularity; these things are what keep me going. They are constant, explicit reminders that I am alive and that my soul is thriving. They are lessons; ancient stories.
Stories about a great deluge destroying all the life on our planet have existed for thousands ...
Today was a fairly easy day. Breakfast this morning was was a good start to the day: cereal, western omelette, seasoned fries, maple flavoured sliced sausage and muffin with coffee and juice. Check out and a subway ride to Penn had me on the Acela train on my way to Baltimore. Not a bad way to go: 120mph, comfortable seats, ...